B.A., Brown University
M.P.H., Epidemiology, University of Michigan
Ph.D., Health Policy and Administration, Yale University
Specialization: Health Policy
Erika Martin is a Professor of Public Administration and Policy. She is a faculty affiliate in the Department of Health Policy, Management & Behavior, the Center for Collaborative HIV Research in Practice and Policy, and the Center for Technology in Government. Her research focuses on infectious disease policies and programs, the allocation of scarce public health resources, the adoption and impact of public health policies, public health infrastructure and data systems, and translating evidence-based research into practice. She applies diverse research approaches, including program evaluation, modeling, analysis of administrative and survey data, key informant interviews, and economic analysis.
She directs the Coalition for Applied Modeling and Prevention (CAMP), a multi-institution consortium funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CAMP is dedicated to creating models that improve public health decision-making at the national, state, and local levels in the areas of HIV, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections, tuberculosis, and school/adolescent health. For more information, please visit the CAMP website.
At Rockefeller College, she teaches courses on research design and program evaluation.
“Racial and ethnic disparities persist in HIV diagnoses,” Academic Minute, May 26, 2022 (link)
Robinson D. (2022, January 31). After NY’s battle over mask mandate, fights over vaccine, testing mandates loom large. USA Today New York (wire). (quote) (link)
Terreri Ramos J. (2022, January 27). No, New York has not delayed COVID-19 treatment for white people. PolitiFact. (link)
Roman R. (2021, December 16). UAlbany study finds racial & ethnic disparities still persist in HIV diagnoses. News Channel 10 WTEN. (link)
Taddeo S. (2021. December 9). Will more NY counties implement mask mandates or new COVID restrictions? New York Daily Herald (quote). (link)
Taddeo S & Robinson D. (2021, December 9). Masks or not? Without state mandates, local leaders debate net steps amid COVID surge. USA Today New York (wire) (quote) (link)
Sanders S. (2021, August 10). What kids lost when COVID-19 upended school. Science News. (link)
Kekatos M. (2021, July 15). Five times as many NY white students had access to in-person learning. MSN (wire). (link)
Cooper K. (2020, December 12). A new Yeadon wellness center will eventually serve as Delco Health Department hub. WHYY PBS NPR (Philadelphia). (quote) (link)
Cramer M. (2020, September 14). School closures cut a critical line to dental care for poor students. New York Times. (link)
Rapaport L. (2020, April 28). Many US households have inadequate disaster preparedness plans. Reuters Health. (link)
Allen, V. (2020, April 28). Why it’s not the end of the world for over-65s. Daily Mail. (link)
Chadwick J. (2020, April 27). Pensioners are best prepared for the “end of the world”: Over-65s are the most likely to have stockpiled items such as bottled water, tinned food and a back-up generator ready for a disaster, study shows. Daily Mail. (link)
Anonymous. (2020, April 27). Households with pensioners are most likely to have stockpiled items. Florida Post. (link)